Tot Time Adventures: Valentine Fun! Thursday, February 13, 2020

Join us for some Valentine fun in this parent/child class.  This class will be filled with Valentine crafts, games, snacks, and more!

Tot Time Adventures Valentine Fun
Thursday, February 13, 2020
9:30 am to 10:30 am
Village Hall at Carver City Hall (316 Broadway, Carver)
For ages 2 to 6 years
Cost is $5.50 for Chaska/Carver residents and $7 for non-residents.
Register online at  Space is limited!

Early/Absentee Voting Available Now!

Presidential Primary – Tuesday, March 3, 2020

In 2016 legislation was passed establishing a presidential nomination primary.  Two major parties, the Democratic-Farmer-Labor Party and the Republican Party, have submitted candidates for the ballot.

Early/absentee voting is available now!  Vote in person or by mail.

For more information, see Early/Absentee Voting.

For further questions, please contact Vicky Sons-Eiden, Elections Administrator, at vsonseiden@cityofcarver or call 952-448-8727.

Chaska Community Center Closing Early Today

Due to pending inclement weather, the Chaska Community Center will be closing at 4PM today Friday, January 17. The CCC Pool will be closing at 3:30PM. We will reopen at 8AM Saturday, January 18. As of now all programming is on as scheduled for Saturday. For updates, please visit our website,, or the Chaska Community Center Facebook page.

Public Services Need Your Help!

Snow and ice removal on our city’s streets are time-consuming. On-street parking is not compatible with safe and efficient snowplowing operations. Vehicles left parked on the street create problems for snowplows as well as safety problems with packed snow and ice accumulation around the vehicle. To perform the best job in the quickest amount of time, we need the cooperation and assistance of our citizens.

“No Parking” will be enforced after two inches or more snow has accumulated on any public street or alley until the city has plowed the public street or alley curb to curb (Ordinance Sec.46-80).

Vehicles parked in violation of these rules shall be tagged and subject to towing, at the owner’s expense.

Our Phone System is Currently Down

We are currently experiencing technical issues with our phone system and unable to answer any calls.  We are working to resolve the issue as quickly as possible and apologize for the inconvenience.



Don’t Miss Out – Request Your Residential House Plans – Ends January 31

If you have lived in your home for more than one year, your plans may be available for you to pick up and keep.  To see if the City has a copy of your house plans, complete this inquiry form by January 31.


House Plans

State Building Code requires house plans to be kept by the City for one year after the final inspection of a new construction home. The City has several years of house plans that are available for pick up by residents and homeowners. If you have lived in your home for more than one year, your plans may be available for you to pick up and keep. To see if the City has a copy of your house plans, complete this inquiry form by December 1. We will reach out to you within 10 business days to let you know if your plans are available. At the time of pick up, you will need verification of your name and address matching the house plans that you are picking up.

CCYBSA Informational Meeting – Sunday, January 19, 2020

The Carver Community Youth Baseball/Softball Association (CCYBSA) will be holding a meeting for all past and new league parents.

When:    Sunday, January 19, 2020, at 7:00 pm

Where:   Carver City Hall – 316 Broadway (Downtown Carver)

Why:       Discuss any questions about the different positions, programs, and levels that will be offered this upcoming summer.

Registrations will be opened on January 21, 2020.  Visit the CCYBSA website for more details.